Various sizes are available at our clients’request.
Logo and pattern could printed ,we could make various surgical as per our clients’ design and drawing.
Made from high quality durable polyester/cotton fabrics.
Full back overlap, with Mandarin collar for extra protection.
Different sizes are colour coded.
Washable at high temperatures and autoclavable.
Available in green, blue. Other colours also available (subject to quantity).
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4 clinicum special edition1. Introduction Sterile surgical gowns and patient drapes which are resistant to the penetration of germs help prevent the transfer of pathogens from medical staff to patients and vice versa. For more than two decades high-quality fabrics which can be reused several times have been available for use in operating theatres.Reusable surgical fabrics have to protect patients against intraop-erative, nosocomial infections and postoperative complications and protect medical staff against contact with infectious material.Reusable surgical gowns and drapes have proven practical especial-ly during dynamic operations where there are a lot of fluids in-volved. To date this has been proven in two consensus statements (cf., for example, Mittermayer et al. 2008, von Eiff et al. 2004) and two expert opinions (cf., for example, Mittermayer et al. 2007, Diab-Elschahawi/Grass/Hermann/Mannsberger/Meusburger 2010). Reusable surgical gowns and drapes are highly functional. If nothing else, time and money can also be saved with practically composed and easy-to-handle reusable sets.Surgical fabrics have to fulfil the following requirements:• maximum protection for patients, users and third parties• high microbiological and hygiene standards to prevent the risk of infection• good wearing comfort of the clothing to maintain the high per-formance• sweat-absorbing• easy handling of the drapesSurgical drapes and materials are a key element when preventing postoperative wound infections. Only when these are used can a sterile operating environment be guaranteed to ensure aseptic work. For secure and effective barrier protection, surgical drapes need to have certain essential characteristics, however.As well as the clear need for sterility, the most important properties of this medical device group are described and stipulated in the Eu-ropean standard for surgical drapes and gowns, EN 13795, part 1 (2002), part 2 (2004) and part 3 (2006). Attention has to be paid here to requirements in terms of resistance against germ and liquid penetration, linting, fire resistance, cleanness and tensile strength. Currently available surgical fabrics therefore have to be extremely durable and resistant and also fulfil high requirements in terms of impermeability to fluids and fluid control.Apart from the quality requirements which surgical fabrics must generally fulfil and which are regulated in European standards (e.g. in EN 13795), in the last few years environmental aspects have also increasingly become an area of focus in discussions about dis-posable versus reusable fabrics in operations.A recent study at the University of Minnesota was able to show that the use of high-grade reusable fabrics in surgery is not only more cost-effective but also causes much less environmental pollu-tion than the use of disposable fabrics (cf. van den Berge 2010). You can read more on this in the chapter “Environmental